Travel Blogs from Klosters
Today I took a day trip to a couple of little villages, heidiland and Liechtenstein - a small country that is between Switzerland and Austria. It was a very nice tour and we passed through lots of farm land. The farms are all cute and old and tiny and they were smelly because everyone was spreading manure ...
... filling. It was a bit hard to lean forward and tighten the boots up again while Brigitte and I caught the gondola down again. The boys were crazy enough have another go from the top. We said bye to them as we were going different directions as they were going to be super adventurous and try a few black slopes in the forest.
Brigitte and I did 3 runs on the same red slope and the last two I felt a lot more comfortable and confident. We had planned to go to the bottom ...
... Joel and I had the afternoon to ourselves and go a few groceries as we wanted to cook dinner for the family tonight. We got home and after warm showers relaxed with a cup of hot tea and did a bit of work until Brigitte and Eric came home.
We cooked dinner for the family of chicken and mushroom risotto and creamy spinach. We tried to replicate the recipe of creamy spinach that Brigitte made few nights earlier but it was missing something. Later she told ...
Spent a week at the snow in St Anton, Austria - just west from Innsbruck, near to Switzerland, Italy and Germany.
We skiied/boarded all over that place, ate a lot of schnitzel, drank many beers and had the time of our lives.
The St Anton side (St Anton, St Jakob, Stuben and St Christoph) is well known for partying and the Apres-ski - such ...
... was postponed until the next day due
to the falling snow making the track unusable. But we got to see the bob-sleds and the track which was really cool.
As we were walking towards St Moritz we walked past the skeleton run and heard a bit of commotion. As we got to the run we saw that the men were not deterred by the snow and were doing time trials. Skeleton sledding is different as it is solo and you race head first. Sounds a bit crazy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed